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Definition of the noun allotropism

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noun - plural: allotropisms

  1. the phenomenon of an element existing in two or more physical forms

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Google previewChemical & Metallurgical Engineering (1919)

by Eugene Franz Roeber, Howard Coon Parmelee

Allotropism is an interesting phenomenon and several striking examples have long been ...

Google previewThe National Question Book ... (1887)

by Edward Richard Shaw

Allotropism is the capability an element has of appearing under different forms with different properties; (6) the allotropic forms of carbon are the diamond, graphite, and amorphous carbon; ozone is an allotropic form of oxygen. 11.

Google previewState board examination questions & answers of the United States and Canada (1918)

Allotropism is the capability of a substance to assume different physical properties while retaining the same chemical properties. Endosmosis is osmosis toward the interior of a vessel or cavity. (Osmosis is the passage of a fluid or solution ...

Google previewSilicon Earth (2016)

Introduction to Microelectronics and Nanotechnology, Second Edition by John D. Cressler

Allotropism is the property of certain chemical elements to exist in two or more different forms, in the same physical state. For example, FIGURE 13.23 SEM image of aligned ZnO nanowire arrays synthesized. Enhanced light emission of ZnO ...

Google previewCatalyst (1919)

Allotropism is an interesting phenomenon and several striking examples have long been known. Two of the most interesting are seen in phosphorus and oxygen. It is curious that the active and inactive forms of these elements are reversed as ...

Google previewVeterinary State Board Questions and Answers (1917)

by Victor Gage Kimball

Allotropism is the property possessed by certain elements of presenting themselves in two or more different forms, as the allo- tropic forms of carbon, seen in the diamond, charcoal and graphite. Reduction is the process of abstracting oxygen ...

Google previewMining Reporter (1901)

Allotropism is a quality possessed by certain of the elements—and perhaps by all —through which without so far as now known any change in substance it exhibits diiferent physical and chemical properties. The most familiar example is that of ...

Google previewSaunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary (2011)

by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood

exhibiting allotropism. allotropism [ -lot'r -piz′′ m]existence of an element in two or moredistinct forms. allotropy[-lot'r -pe]allotropism. allotype[al'o-tīp] a genetically ...

Google previewThe American illustrated medical dictionary (1922)

by William Alexander Newman Dorland

Exhibiting allotropism. allotropism (al-ot'rop-izm) [Gr. SXXos ...

Google previewDictionary of Invertebrate Zoology --Paperback (2010)

by Maggenti Mary Ann, Maggenti Armand, Gardner Scott

allotropism n. [Gr. allos, other; tropos, turn] The propensity of attraction of certain cells or structures; allotropy. allotropous ...

Google previewLewis' Dictionary of Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health (1999)

by Jeffrey Wayne Vincoli

allotropism be conducted in order to meet the multipleuse, sustained yield, economic and other needs and objectives as determined by the Secretary concerned. It also describes the type, location, ownership, and general specifications for the ...

Google previewAn Illustrated Dictionary of Medicine, Biology and Allied Sciences, Including the Pronunciation... (1903)

by George Milbry Gould

Allotropism (al-ot/-ro—pizm) [billiog other; prirog, method]. 1. The term expresses the fact of certain elements existing in two or more conditions with differences of physical properties. Thus carbon illustrates allotropism by existing in the forms of ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1860)

Or, Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature by Thomas Stewart Traill

Allotropism ...

Google previewDictionary of Chemistry (2002)

by McGraw-Hill Education

A form of an element showing allotropyv [ 'a-la,tr6p} allotropism See allotropy. { ,a-ls'tra,piz~am } allotropy [CHEM] The assumption by an element of two or more different forms or structures which are ...

Google previewThe Progressive Dictionary of the English Language (1835)

A Supplementary Wordbook to All Leading Dictionaries of the United States and Great Britain by Samuel Fallows

ALLOTROPISM. *ll (al), n.— And all, and everything else, after an enumeration of particulars ; as, thttree (ell, nest young, and all. [This phrase does not necessarily imply that there IB anything else than what Is mentioned. J — At aH, a phrase ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Chemistry, Practical and Theoretical. By J. C. Booth ... assisted by C. Morfit (1853)

ALLOTROPISM, from axxargoras ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Chemistry, Practical and Theoretical (1862)

Embracing Its Application to the Arts, Metallurgy, Mineralogy, Geology, Medicine, and Pharmacy

ALLOTROPISM, from HWUWJMTW, having different properties. This word is used by Ber- zelins to designate the different chemical conditions or states in which the same elementary body, as sulphur, phosphorus, carbon, silicon, and perhaps ...

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Allotropism Meaning

Video shows what allotropism means. The ability (of an element) to exist in more than one physical form without change of state.. allotropism synonyms: allotropy ...

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